For the fifth consecutive year, a pro-life banner is making the two-week circuit over city streets.
And for the second year in a row, City council is hearing objections to it.
The banner proclaims Protect Human Life Week and has been hung over Tranquille Road for one week and over Victoria Street for another.
The same scenario played out last year, with City council getting written objections from pro-choice residents.
The same has happened again this year.
In a letter going to City council Tuesday, social worker Allysa Gredling has requested the banner be taken down from Victoria Street, where she saw it. She said by flying the banner, the City of Kamloops is seen as supporting the anti-abortion movement.
In her information package to council, Gredling included details about the City of Kelowna, which was asked by the Kelowna Right To Life Society to proclaim Protect Human Life Week, but denied the request.
Last year, Mayor Peter Milobar said the City's lawyers had looked over the policy governing banners. They determined the pro-life banner was not in violation, and that the City didn't have the authority to remove it based on its own policies.
He said last year was the first time the City received a complaint about the banner, which is owned by the Kamloops Pro-Life Society.